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Marathon 25th Anniversary

When people think about classic first person shooter (FPS) games, they often think about games like Doom, Wolfenstein 3D, Duke Nukem 3D, and a whole list of other games that pioneered the then new genre of games, and refined the FPS format during its first few steps. However, there is one trilogy of FPSs that seems rather unfairly overlooked, and that is Bungie’s Marathon Trilogy. Marathon w…

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